We had to break out from the clouds, once again. We were able to find a little blue sky for a few minutes:
We ended up diving south through Plainview as the first cells moved out from the I-27 corridor. They went severe-warned for wind, mostly. One tried to get organized, but couldn’t get its act together.
In the end, the entire system clumped up and became outflow dominant. We did see a neat shelf cloud:
We decided to spend the night in Amarillo. Somewhere outside of Claredon, we caught the most amazing sunset, with a ceiling of mammatus clouds behind the squall line.
Justin, as well as the Sirens Project crew were able to fly their drones at sunset. Here’s a few quick crew shots:
We made reservations in the Days Inn, and treated ourselves to a Big Texan dinner.
The route is shown below:
The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) Storm Report graphic shows mostly wind reports in our area:
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